horror, anime & trash movie enthusiast
socialphobia since '96 but i‘m trying my best
Scream VI 2023
I think I'll avoid parts of a franchise that take place in New York from now on..
There were a few nostalgic moments. But I just missed the original setting and people like Sidney or Dewy.. but that's the way it is when it comes to introduce a new generation.
Nevertheless, this part will probably stick in my memory for a long time because I watched it in the theatre. Yep, I finally managed to overcome myself 😅
A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984
Groundbreaking at that time. Featuring a young handsome Johnny Depp in his first role in a movie. Btw, he owes that to Wes Craven's daughter, who had a crush on him during the casting.
April Fool's Day 1986
A rich, spoiled student wants to spend an unforgettable weekend with her group of friends and invites them to her parents' private island. But apparently the lush property appears to be haunted and a killer is on the loose.
Nice, harmless horror thriller with a surprising ending.
From Dusk Till Dawn 1996
„All right, pussy, pussy, pussy! Come on in pussy lovers! Here at the Titty Twister we're slashing pussy in half! Give us an offer on our vast selection of pussy, this is a pussy blow out! All right, we got white pussy, black pussy, Spanish pussy, yellow pussy, we got hot pussy, cold pussy, we got wet pussy, we got (sniffs) smelly pussy, we got hairy pussy, bloody pussy, we got snappin' pussy, we got silk pussy, velvet pussy, Naugahyde…
Sleepaway Camp 1983
Epic dubbing and dialogues lmao.
I didn't think I would laugh so much while watching this movie. I love the overly dramatic performances by some of the actors and Angela's goofy facial expressions, especially at the end! 😂
Did it really needed a Hellraiser reboot? No. Is it still worth seeing? Not really either, but compared to the previous parts, this one is alright. I miss the harshness and cruelty of the original. The fact that Pinhead is female doesn't bother me at all, but it's still not to compare with Doug Bradley.